Better get moving. Not sure why but just have that hinky feeling.Ever get restless, anxious, thinking something big is happening and you are being left behind, out of the loop? When a tax rebate program for buying a Maine home is around for years, the ins and outs are pretty much explored to the hilt. The old Farmers Home Administration loans for all income levels were like that. You got good at how the financing vehicle drove by using them day in and out and pretty much seeing all the twists and turns of the FmHA financial highway. The FHA, VA, RD, MSHA programs get refined, field tested, put through their paces. It's no secret what it is all about. Everyone is on board and more as more people use it..the Maine buyers, sellers, brokers, bankers.
But when a limited time only program to save money on taxes for home buyers hits the press, confusion, lack of knowledge but a sense of urgency escalates through the public.The average guy or gal on the street know they may be kicking themselves later if they miss out on something big for savings but unless lots of blog posts, newspaper and magazine articles surface, there are bits and pieces of that legislation that they wonder about. Everyone has a different set of life dynamics so how does the program apply to me, or what if I this, this and this, do I qualify? It's like a new car put on the track at Nascar. She's hot, exciting looking, mean sounding but there was not enough time to roll out the research and development team to shake out the bugs, smooth out the wrinkles. Here is a spot to check to get the tax rebate home buying highlights and comments to apply to your own situation. Or to add your own inquiry if the subject is just not adequately covered for you. Without digging out the IRS codes and actual legislation that was passed in Washington to study line by line and apply your own logic, interpretation to.
The $8000/$6500 home buying tax rebate program. You can never have enough blogs posts, media fireworks about this nifty way to get your name on the deed to an American home. The biggest confusion comes for the folks who already own and wonder about the $6500 add on tax rebate feature when the original $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers program was extended. In own a Maine home.